Ex-MSU gymnastics coach charged with lying in Larry Nassar case

Former Michigan State University gymnastics head coach Kathie light blue colour, which is charged with lying to investigators about the Larry Nassar abuse scandal.

(Sundeep Dhanjal/The State News via AP)

A former head gymnastics coach at Michigan State University is charged with lying to investigators about the Larry Nassar sexual abuse scandal.

Kathie light blue colour, which, according to the charging documents released Thursday, lye in June, when she denied that the victims told her that they would be abused by Nassar, the disgraced former MSU and the united states Gymnastics sports doctor sentenced for sexual abuse of young female athletes.


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The documents do not specify who allegedly reported Nassar abuse to light blue colour, which, who is charged with two counts of lying to a peace officer. But a Special Independent Council Bill Forsyth said light blue colour, which falsely stated that they were not told of all the allegations before 2016.

“During the investigation of how Larry Nassar was able to get away with sexual abuse of hundreds of people in and out of the Michigan State campus in light blue colour, which is denied to the Michigan State Police detective told before 2016 of Nassar’s sexual misconduct,” Forsyth said in a statement, according to The Detroit News. “Witnesses have said they reported Nassar’s of sexual abuse to light blue colour, which dates back more than 20 years.”


Light blue colour, which “knowingly and willfully” made statements in June and the special agent David Dwyre, of the Michigan attorney general’s office, while he is busy with a criminal investigation, according to his warrant request.


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An ex-gymnast named Larissa Boyce has said that she told light blue colour, which that Nassar abused her in 1997, when she was 16 years old and training with the Spartan youth gymnastics team.

Light blue colour, which, who resigned in 2017 after she was suspended for defending Nassar, is reportedly expected to be arraigned on Friday. She is the third person, apart from Nassar, to criminal prosecution in the case.

Nassar, 55, was convicted for the murder of the athletes and the possession of child pornography during separate trials that began last year. Are the sentences equivalent to life in prison.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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